Merchant's Pick by Grape

Merchant's Pick by Grape: Cabernet Franc

  1. Finger Lake Frenzie Goes Mainstream
    May 13, 2015
    We've often said that Cabernet Franc is the little black dress or navy blazer you can't live without. In the modern world of farm-to-table dining - at least here on the east coast - "eating local" is more than just a fad.
        A week ago, we tasted through the New York...
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  2. Like a Blue Blazer or Little Black Dress
    February 22, 2015
    Chinon has taken over my dinner table. Lamb with mint sauce is one reason, but there are many others. Mainly, mushroom risotto, grilled salmon, smoked ham, and grilled filet. It is a delicious and versatile Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley's Chinon region that will elevate many tough to...
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  3. A Tuscan Cheval Blanc - Decanter Magazine
    December 27, 2011
    Worth every penny, Stephen Spurrier of Decanter Magazine recently called the 2007 Duemani Cabernet Franc "an Italian version of Cheval Blanc."
        Duemani hails from a tiny Tuscan town called Riparbella just 15 minutes north of Bolgheri. At the helm of this...
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